The Share, Learn, Connect program is designed to provide a one day, drive-in professional development opportunity for individuals working with students in their transition to college. Share Learn Connect sessions are focused on addressing the needs of public high schools, transfer programs, community based organizations, and under-resourced independent schools.
Please note: Membership Approval and Processing takes up to one full business week to complete. Please do not expect to join the association and immediately be able to register at the member rate for events given the approval process. We thank you for your patience.
LOCATIONS AND DATES:Register for San Diego
Feb 23: Sacramento at Sacramento StateRegister for Sacramento Register for Inland Empire
March 15: Bay Area North at Sonoma StateRegister for Bay Area North
March 16: Los Angeles at Woodbury UniversityRegister for Los Angeles Register for Central Valley Register for Bay Area South
WACAC Counselor College Fairs
Held in conjunction with our Share, Learn and Connect Series, these College Fairs are for counselors only. No students will be in attendance. Counselors will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with admissions professionals during these events.
This registration is for College/University reps only who wish to participate in the fair component of the SLC events. This is included in the registration cost for regular SLC Attendees.Register for College Fairs
Please note there are no refunds on SLC registrations. In addition, if you plan to join WACAC to register at the member rate, we suggest you pay your membership dues by credit card. This will expedite membership approval as payment in full is required to be approved and to register as a member.
Sample Topics for 2016:
Prior Prior Year/The New FAFSA
The Coalition Application
HS to CC to 4Yr
Advising for Pre-Professional Programs
Effective College Counseling for LD Students
Advanced College Counseling Issues
Options Outside California/Western Undergraduate Exchange
Q&A with Deans and Directors from Private Colleges
Working with AB540/DACA